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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHIlRIOr.F IIERAID Snlurclny. 'Duncan claims li 27, 1971 K, nn aroun 'c Uinnr.g anil firing the ball back j spmcthlng to worry UK.' upposi- Anoth-r wis a pass to half-1 Ihe plans for Sunday's Orey Cup I play could just be Irick Jessie Minis who started .game against Argo- j weapon, nn around ll'c end before nauLs or whether they "secret I game now. They're ready to lion. McKinnis has thrown Ihe ball inincan a o i u e u .-iu...iih wlKthcr thc plavs would in before, Duncan said, and that Last game Sunday The Stair.pedors practised in pouring rain Friday Duncan said after three days on the ar- tificial turf they are prepared. Quarterback Keeling said thc team's running game is in fine VANCOUVER (CP) Danny N y k o 1 u k sounds almost as though he has misgivings about coming out of retirement to help Toronto Argonauts in tin ir bid for Ihe Grey Cup. The Argos meet C a 1 g a r y S'ampeders in the Canadian Football League championship here Sunday with Nykoluk back at the offensive tackle spot from which he retired at the end of the 1970 season. The game is 2.30 p.m. MST p.m. EST) on the artifi- cial turf at Empire Stadium. A crowd of 34.484 fans is expected. including Mo- land Michencr. The game will he televised shape but thc constant rainy nnai weatbar has made it "hard to "We need to get going to thc I get the passing game After Ihe first two practices tlu club seemed to have only one ball that wasn't water- logged and after 15 minutes it became soaked also. One of the players said mak- ing a pass was "like throwing a basketball." And 1ho receivers were letting receptions slip through their fin- gers. HE'LL TIIHOW BETTER Keeling said that regardless of the weather he. will be able to set up for passes better Ulan I last year on the slippery Toronto "I don't know if the conch I field where Calgary lost 23-10 to ._....! i----- ;r Montreal in the Grey Cup. He is the kind of quarterback ihrows not only with his arms and shoulder but likes to get a liltle spring cut of his leg.' during delivery. The slippery Toronto gridiron j "hurt me a lot I just would have called pn me if he had been in last place with no chance fit tha Grey Cup, but if he had. 1 think I probably would have done the same thing." Affectionately known as The Fossil by his team-mates, Nyko- luk, at 37, is the oldest player..............-. on the roster and he has no in- j couldn't handle >l." lention of going back to training camp naxt season. "No matter what we do Sun- day, this is it. "After 16 seasons, I figured I didn't really need any more. I McKinnis said the passes re attempted in practice Fridaj would have been better but the ball was "like a greased pig slippery and wet." Gelling in the rielit frame of ill "1 "didn't want to go to tram- ing camp one year and then i have the coach come and toll across the country on both the i mc havo room mc CBC and CTV networks and j any more wantcd (o ,w ,he CBC radio will carry play-by- i o lhe dccision so nl-iv on li.s r.a- I .._ fn i__t.. commentary i mere s tional, international and armed ncxt there's no way I'll try to get scmces networks. The 37-year-old Nykoluk, a j ;ales representative for a him- j be compnn w is CO v d i f f 1 I H reurcm when r fercd a season. L 1 ALL d n C 1 c li RAIN SLICKER BUILT FOR TWO Two Calgary Stampeder problems with a stair railing while wearing a rain slicker built for two in the Georgia Hotel in Vancouver. The expensive apparel was appropriate as heavy rains put the damper on pre-Grey Cup festivities. III i 11! Nykoluk 1- for help, played the last game of the regular schedule and the two Eastern Football Confer- ence final playoff games against Hamilton Tiger-Cals. Now he is in his first Grey Cup game ever after Ifi season? in 9 H e by two HILTON HEAD ISLAND. S.C. (AP) Toronto's George Knud Cup game ever aner in with Argos. But the prospect of son tapped ,n four 2fl-foot putts e !TViVI-nr ic. flnco Tl'ifh fifi Jets take on '49ers Sunday fulfilling one of his life-long am- j ndav o close with 66, bitions bv helping win the cup I round of the day, and a 140 isn't enouEh to overcome the after-two rounds of the pressures Nykoluk feels. Heritage Golf Classic. "I was pretty well set before But Knudson's hot rnttting_ still um "Last year when we got beat it was really bad. so we kind of want to make it up." SAYS HE'S ROLLING McKinnis. who won the West- ern Foolba.ll Conference rushing title and the rookie-of-the-year award in 1970. said he has begun to hit his stride after making a slow start this reason. "Last vcar. Uw defences didn't know how I ran or Iran jfast Iwa.-. "This vcar, the} seemed to j have studied a iililc mere and know my mivcs." But the 1 c' a r n i n g process works both ways, he said, and he is getting to know where IK will find the holes in opposition defences. Calgary is free of serious in- JUIT, said Duncan, with only centre Basil Bark handicapped. SIDE SWIPES PUTTER Jnck Nicklaus, attempts to catch his putter against his leg after dropping it as hit birdie putt went by the hole. Nicklaus is two strokes back of leader Mac McClendon in the Heritage Golf Classic. ______ Ev THE ASSOCIATED PRESS first place in the Western Foot-1 Monday night's game has Chi- _..... r (UJ_0 st Ml.'iml ball League's Joe Nanuth won t be in any a playoffs this season but he may j be 'involved in a big game Sun- j big one for San Fran- cisco '-ISers. Namath mav return to action National Confer- phins. 8-1-1. this came Nykoluk said of the recall from Cahill. "I have my job, 1 had a little radio show after the football games and I was coaching the line up at York University. San record Francisco lias compared to i 6-4 W-l San Francisco will be trying to snap a two-game losing streak a p a i n s t an injury- for the first time since being in- jured in pre-season play, when New York ,Tr-'.s, 4-0. play host to the '49ers. who could take over who lost 28-21 to Dallas Cow- boys Thursday. In other Sunday dames, At- lanta Falcons 5-4-1. visit Minne-j WANTS TO PLAY Kansas Citv Chiefs and nar- rowly missed upsetting Balti- more. FOR FAMILY PLANNING AND PREVENTION! OF DISEASE ASK YOUR DRUGSTORE FOS IMMUN PERFECT IMPORTERS TRADING POST P.O. Box 6344, Vancouver, B.C. sota Vikings, ft-2-0; Redskins h-S-i. at PHladelphia1 Eagles, 3-G-I; Baltimore Colts, 7-3-0, at Oakland Raiders, 7-1-2; Cleveland Browns, Ji-5-n, at Houston Oilers, KM. Denver Broncos :-7-i; Pi'i.-burgn Kteelers. .S-.VO. fun Diugo Chargers, at Cincinnati Bengals. Xcv. iirleans Saints, vs. Green Bay igtoni w.nnt (0 and play if I can do the job." Na- left him two strokes back of the leader, Mac McLendon, who had a 67 Friday for a 36-hole total of 138 at the par-71, yard Harbour Town course. Bob Limn stroked a 68 for 139, He has a sore leg and a broken bone in the hand which he centres the ball, but. will be playuig. Kickoff is p.m. HIST p.m. EST) Sunday. The game will be carried en both CBC and CTV television networks. "I had enough to do and I had one back of McLendon in the no thought of" coming back to chase for the S22.0CO first prize, the game But then Leo calls i Grouped with Knudson at 140 mo up and he says he needs me i were Jack Mcklaus: with 69. Fastball clinics' start on Jan. 6 ind ire thinks I can help thc and Boh Smith, with A I II may be out of season but HUM Tt r_ll_____1 n._ I.Jn IT ,11 1__ ...1 .41, AlUnT.. team. SEE' DOD 111. i n inav ue UUL ui acdauu uui Hale Inun folloived the trio Letlibridge and southern Alber- with 141 after his 73. Arnold Palmer. 74. Rod Cirri. 73, Frank oeii. i HJU ou Beard, and Gay Brewer, 69, tilings going for me. but I fig- j were bunched together with ured if the coach is in trouble, i M3s. I'll see if 1 can hclpoul." HOMEXUIK MISSES ta female fastball enthusiasts ire invited to a series of clinics during the winter months. With the emphasis mainly on pitchers and catchers, anyone is welcome to attend. Monday evening at at ELRICH TIRE IFORT SCORES JC53 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division west Dh didn't d cause it looked as might finally make Grey Cup. a feat th accomplished since the And live for him to stay retired. "There's been a lot of pres- The fonr-ycar veteran of the tmir birdicd the first hole, paired the sure on me. I feel. I hadn't International Harvester can now offer you a very impressive selection of toys at our Manufacturer's cost price to you! Here are just a few of our many model toys avail- able to you COMBINE TRACTOR SPREADER HAY RAKE GRAIN DRILL PICKUP TRUCK TILT BED TRUCK HAY BALER BARGE WAGON PAY LOADER Our International Combine features: real gear driven bealer action, real all-weather enclosed cab, real rubber tires, real open grain tank with swivelling grain spcut. Q Qj) AND SELLS FOR ONLY................... 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Philadel- phia has won three and tied Washington in its last five game irnco inlo oaKlanel. needing a noiei IOHOKS t ami aluminums u victory to stay in the American festivities, the Hotel Vancouver i jo Siffcrt need not have died. Kast "race with Miami, which has posted a sign in Us bar l Sifferl, 35. died in the blazing j Wilf Ilomenuik of the onlv other Canadian en-! the Canadian Western Natural L tcred shut his second consecu- j Gas an nrganiyational o live 73 for a .lii-hole total of meeting will be held in an at Chicago Phila. Pittsburgh California St. Louis l_rs Anoeles LEADERS A Pis 98 it 31 1 Ei 31 6 7B U 30 7 58 60 23 i 53 78 U 4 51 76 5 60 82 13 3 i! 34 33 1 67 3fi 31 4 47 64 2 60 68 3 74 101 3 55 70 hc ail tcmP1 n-u i SI Hatlfind, Ratel'e, Gilbert. Ma G Pts 16 51 37 10 26 .16 IS 13 33 14 19 33 32 HOCKEY SCORES National Lesgut Minnesota 2 California 1 American Baltimore 6 Springfield 3 Richmond 4 Cincinnati 1 Western Leaflul Denver A Portland 3 pnoenlx 4 Salt Lake 1 Eastern League Charlotte 14 Jacksonville 0 Clinton Long Island 5 New Haven 4 New Jersey Central Leagua Oklahoma 3 Omaha 1 International League Dayton 4 Toledo 3 Western International Nelson 8 ;lrie LcagU! 3 Ynrr! 0 15 13 28 ICn Clinifh. Prrreault, Bui If enough interest is shown I oiiver, win the clinics will be held in the' Civic Centre, Gym two, com- mencing Jan. 6 from to there would be people saying 'he was a jinx to the team fur 16 years and he's still a jinx.' Ride hors thirstv upset, Mikita, C Ullman, T WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T F Brandon ......14 0 100 61 Saskatoon -13 1 92 64 Reqina ......1! 7 1 90 61 Pirn Finn If! 16 Wir Swift Current western Division Rp 10 16 2A Manitoba Junior 10 U 1-i Selkirk 1. KilcJcnan I 9 15 2J Dauphin rt f.t. Bor.iMce J 6 -7 23 Portage la Prairie 5 St. James J Saskatchewan Junior j saskatoon 5 Notre Dome 4 A Pts Wcyburn fi Humboldt 5 61 28 Regina 12 Moose Jaw 2 Weslern Canada Junior Regina Flin Finn Vancouver 5 Winnipecj Branrtnn 5 Swift Current 3 Medicine Ha1 d Edmonton 3 Albcrla Junior 93 119 30 75 75 17 7B 103 14 77 .13 77 97 73 26 9B 102 I1} De 7 Dr rnm-lt Cfllgary Brilisti Colutnhia Juni Vernon 6 Richmond -T Kamloops 3 Kelowna 0 ful of the tactics of Calgary I [op racing drivers will meet in leads the C'olts by 14 games and is favored to make Chicago eighth straight victim Mon- dav nicht. which reads: IIH-II lu.iu.i. wreckage of his car five weeks "No service will be provided j ago at. Britain's Brand Hatch at this bar lo any Calgarian on circuit I A pathologist told an inquest a horse.'1 Y'S MEN NATIVE SONS vs UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS SAT., NOV. 27th 8.30 p.m. CIVIC CENTRE ADMISSION: Adults Children 25c Students and Pensioners SOc Track marshals le.stified at Ihe inquest that two fire extinguish- ers failed to wcrk and a third was ineffective. One of them said that but for these failures he was certain Siffcrt could have been pulled clear within 20 seconds. I'lU.K BKTTKR CAHK The seven-man inquest jury returned a verdict of accidental death and added: "We suggest better supervision of safety and fire precautions." IjOiius Stanley, secretary of the Grand I'rix Drivers Associa- tion, immediately called a meet- ing of world drivers In be held in Ixmdon next week. He said ho wants drivers to insist, that every Irack should have six highspeed fire tenders capable of at. least 100 mpli. Emergency lights should be installed on every track, he said, to warn following drivers of fire hazards ahead. F78-14 Studded White F78-15 Studded White G78-14 Sludded White G78-15 Studded White Each ELRICH TIRE LTD COMPUTE TlHf 5AIES, t Av.. South. Mom 327-4886 or 337-4445 ;